In the world of collectible muscle cars, the Pontiac GTO Judge remains both highly desirable and reasonably accessible. Now, this gorgeous 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge two-door hardtop is up for sale in California with a rare combination of options.
Outside, this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge is covered in iconic Polar White paint, which is complemented by the standard vinyl graphics. The paint is pristine, as is the red interior. Even the undercarriage looks immaculate.
This 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge first rolled off the factory floor in Arlington, Texas, on November 6th, 1969. It spent the majority of its life with the original owner in Texas, but eventually traded hands among three different owners, the latest of which acquired the vehicle in 2018.
The vehicle recently underwent a frame-off restoration that included a rebuild of the factory drivetrain. The restoration process took more than a year to complete, and according to the vehicle’s description, “virtually every component was rebuilt or restored back to factory specifications, including all glass, trim and the entire interior.”
Now, this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge sits factory perfect. What’s more, it’s one of just 3,629 examples produced during the 1970 model year with a 400 cubic-inch Ram Air III engine, Muncie M20 four-speed transmission, Posi-traction, power brakes, power steering, heavy-duty suspension, and the famous hood tachometer.
To make it even more enticing, this particular example is equipped with a factory-installed black spoiler, making it one of just 51 examples produced in 1970 with that option.
“Overall, this rare and authentic 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Hardtop is easily one of the most prestigious, factory correct models on the open market today,” the seller writes.
The odometer shows 37,204 miles on the clock. The buyer of this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge will even get a copy of the original build sheet and the vehicle’s original Texas plates. Pricing is set at $82,990.
Source: Specialty Sales Classics